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Oct 2, 2012 10:00pm EDT
in the one presidential debate with paul ryan. >> what do you think of this report that a lot of people think the polls of these two candidates are skewed towards obama, so it looks like all these polls show obama is in the lead and there's a report now saying a lot of those polls are underreporting and oversampling democrats. >> the allegation is there's oversampling of democrats. every poll is different, but there seems to be some real unanimity. i think people will be very surprised if barack obama who seems to be ahead by considerable amounts in swing states, especially ohio and florida which romney needs to win that people will be flabbergasted if it doesn't quite turn out that way. the general election poll in terms of the entire nation 39- 47 is almost tied, but in the state swing polls there seems to be a great difference. so there's a real discrepancy. >> fox 5 political analyst mark plotkin. the debate airs tomorrow at 9:00. you can watch it right here on fox 5. i'll have the wrap-up on the news at 10:00, the news edge at 11:00. >>> a major victory for democrats today. a judge block
Oct 3, 2012 10:30pm EDT
invoked paul ryan, mitt romney's running mate in saying look, you want to change things. mitt romney came back and said look, if you are a current recipient of medicare or you are near medicare in terms of age, i'm not going to change anything. then the president came back and said well, if you are 54 or 55, you better worry. so that's a real divide on that issue. in terms of social security, there was no new ground. the president did say he wants to tweak it. does that mean raising the age? does that mean raising the income level? we don't know. but there seemed to be some agreement on social security, but there was a definite difference when it came to medicaid. >> mark, let me ask you about something else that people seem to watch. people like to watch the style. and how a candidate acts when they are out there. we saw the cut ways of both of the candidates. mitt romney's likeability rating has been different. >> i think he did well. he has a very nice way of looking at somebody while they are speaking. there was no smirking. i thought it was interesting that obama looked at the came
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